Diese Special Edition von Laune der Natur" von den Toten Hosen erscheint mit einem 28-seitigem Booklet, einem Poster sowie der Bonus-CD "Learning English Lesson 2" (inklusive 20 Seiten fassendem Booklet)! Die beiden Silberlinge kommen jeweils im Digipak einfasst in einem schicken Schuber. Unbestritten sind Die Toten Hosen die größte Punkrockband Deutschlands! Nun sind Campino und seine Männer endlich zurück. Satte fünf Jahre nach "Ballast der Republik" erscheint "Laune der Natur". Als kleiner Vorgeschmack erscheint im April bereits die erste Single "Unter den Wolken". Für diese Doppelalbum-Spezialedition hat die Band eine Fortsetzung ihres legendären Klassikers „Learning English Lesson 1“ aufgenommen. Damit schufen sie 1991 ein Standardwerk, auf das sich im Anschluss unzählige neu formierte Bands beriefen und das viele Perlen der Musikgeschichte für eine neue Generation von Liebhabern ungehobelter Klänge dem Vergessen entriss. Als die Band sich vor einiger Zeit zum Aufwärmen im Proberaum mal wieder durch eine Kollektion alter Lieblingslieder spielte, kam die Idee auf, mit einem zweiten Teil weitere musikalische Schätze von damals einem größeren Publikum von heute zugänglich zu machen. Das Ergebnis ist die „Learning English Lesson 2“-Spezialedition, die wiederum mit vielen Größen der internationalen Punkszene eingespielt wurde."
Erscheint in einer limitierten und nummerierten Box, die mit folgendem Inhalt punktet: - Laune der Natur als 180gr Gatefold-Vinylalbum + Poster - Learning English Lesson 2 als 180gr Doppel-Gatefold-Vinylalbum - Laune der Natur im 6-seitigen-Digipak + 28-seitiges Booklet + Poster - Learning English 2 im 6-seitigen-Digipak + 20-seitiges Booklet - handsigniertes Bandfoto (ca. 313x310mm, EnviroTop-Papier, 250gr) - 5 „Laune der Natur“-Portraitdrucke aller Bandmitglieder (ca. 313x310mm, EnviroTop-Papier, 250gr) - 32-Seiten Foto-Booklet (ca. 313x310mm) - 4er-Button-Set - 4er-Aufkleber-Set - Aufnäher - limitiert Unbestritten sind Die Toten Hosen die größte Punkrockband Deutschlands! Nun sind Campino und seine Männer endlich zurück. Satte fünf Jahre nach Ballast der Republik" erscheint "Laune der Natur". Als kleiner Vorgeschmack erscheint im April bereits die erste Single "Unter den Wolken"."
Winner of 3 Academy Awards, The Piano, starring Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel, Sam Neill and Anna Paquin, is still as powerful and resolute now as when it was first released. Ada -mute since birth- her nine-year-old daughter and her piano arrive to an arranged marriage in the remote bush of nineteenth century New Zealand. Of all her belongings her husband refuses to transport the piano and it is left behind on the beach. Unable to bear its certain destruction, Ada strikes a bargain with an illiterate tattooed neighbour. She may earn her piano back if she allows him to do certain things while she plays; one black key for every lesson. The arrangement draws all three deeper and deeper into a complex emotional, sexual bond remarkable for its naive passion and frightening disregard for limits. Features: Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Jane Campion’s Oscar and Palme D’Or-winning masterpiece THE PIANO with these great extras, including a brand new featurette that looks back at the film’s production and reception 25 years later, including an interview with Jane Campion and Jan Chapman at the iconic New Zealand beach where the film was largely shot. Enjoy the original promotional Making Of featurette, and an informative Audio Commentary with Director Jane Campion. Disc 1: NEW The Piano at 25 A brand new featurette looking back at THE PIANO for its 25th Anniversary, featuring an extended interview with Director Jane Campion and Producer Jan Chapman filmed at Karekare beach, New Zealand. The Making Of A vintage featurette exploring the production of THE PIANO Audio Commentary with Jane Campion An informative commentary to the main feature from Director Jane Campion Disc 2: Original soundtrack CD Also Includes Booklet featuring new essays by: Film critic & broadcaster Anna Smith, Screenwriter & critic Kate Muir and Film journalist and Editor-at-large of Empire magazine Helen O’Hara Alternative artwork poster
Includes both Blu-ray and 4K UHD Discs. When Harry Potter learns on his eleventh birthday that he is is, in fact, a wizard, he is quickly swept up into the spellbinding world of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry alongside new best friends, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. He soon discovers, though, that there is a much darker side to the wizarding world than any of them could have imagined. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Blu-ray) Capturing the Stone Ghosts of Hogwarts Yearbook Character Clips Quidditch Lesson Dragon Egg Lesson Around the World Multi-Language Clip Deleted Scenes Philosopher's Teaser Trailer Philosopher's Theatrical Trailer Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Blu-ray) Conversation w/ JK Rowling & Steve Kloves Lockhart's Classroom: Certificates Lockhart's Classroom: Required Reading Dumbledore's Office: Building a Scene Students: Tell us about your character. Students: How has your character evolved? Students: How have you changed as an actor? Students: What was your favorite scene? Students: What do your friends think? Students: Is making the movie fun? Students: How do you all get along Professors & More: Prof. Gilderoy Lockhart Professors & More: Lucius Malfoy Professors & More: Professor Sprout Professors & More: Mrs. Molly Weasley Professors & More: Mr. Arthur Weasley Professors & More: Prof. Albus Dumbledore Professors & More: Rubeus Hagrid Professors & More: Prof. Severus Snape Professors & More: Uncle Vernon Dursley Professors & More: Aunt Petunia Dursley Professors & More: Argus Filch Professors & More: Prof. Minerva McGonagall 19 Deleted/Extended Scenes Year One at Hogwarts Theatrical Trailer Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Blu-ray) Creating the Vision Interviews: Introduction Interviews: The Heroes Interviews: The Gryffindors Interviews: The Slytherins Interviews: Professor Lupin and Sirius Black Interviews: Prof. Dumbledore and Rubeus Hagrid Interviews: The Dursleys Interviews: The Filmmakers Hagrid's Hut: Care of Magical Creatures Hagrid's Hut: Conjuring a Scene Add'l Scenes: Trelawney's Crystal Ball Choir Practice Trailer: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Trailer: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Trailer: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Blu-ray) Harry vs. the Horntail: The First Task In Too Deep: The Second Task The Maze: The Third Task Meet the Champions He Who Must Not be Named Preparing for the Yule Ball Conversations with the Cast Reflections on the Fourth Film Additional Scenes Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Trailer Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Blu-ray) Behind The Story : Hidden Secrets of FP1: DEMENTORS AT LITTLE WHINGING FP2: GRIMMAULD PLACE FP3: TONKS' FACE TRANFORMATION FP4: THE MINISTRY OF MAGIC ATRIUM FP5: NEVILLE'S CACTUS FP6: RUPERT'S GIGGLE FITS FP7: THE PAPER SWALLOW FP8: PROFESSOR UMBRIDGE FP9: PROFESSOR UMBRIDGE'S OFFICE FP10: UMBRIDGE'S SPIES FP11: THE THESTRALS FP12: HOG'S HEAD TAVERN FP13: THE ROOM OF REQUIREMENT DOOR FP14: THE ROOM OF REQUIREMENT FP15: THE INQUISITORIAL SQUAD FP16: HARRY AND CHO UNDER THE MISTLETOE FP17: KREACHER FP18: AZKABAN PRISON FP19: THE MIRROR EXPLOSION FP20: GRAWP FP21: THE WEASLEYS' FIREWORKS DISPLAY FP22: THE EXPLOSION OF DECREES FP23: THE CENTAURS OF THE FORBIDDEN FOREST FP24: THE CENTAURS TAKE UMBRIDGE FP25: THE THESTRAL FLIGHT FP26: THE HALL OF PROPHECY FP27: THE CHOREOGRAPHY OF MAGIC FP28:A WIZARDS' DUEL: VOLDEMORT VS. .. Behind the Story: Trailing Tonks Additional Scenes Fun & Games Harry Potter: The Magic of Ed.( HP6:Half Blood Prince:TH (BD) Poster Maximum Movie Mode The Millennium Bridge Shooting On Location Professor Slughorn Building Relationships Director David Yates Returns Wool#s Orphanage Ron and Lavender Kiss The Burrow Harry and Ginny#s Kiss Aragog Returns Creating the Cave Designing the Virtual Cave Environment The Inferi The Underwater Sequence Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (Blu-ray) Maximum Movie Mode PiP- Maximum Movie Mode The Last Days of Privet Drive- Maximum Movie Mode Hagrid's Motorbike- Maximum Movie Mode Death Eaters Attack Cafe- Maximum Movie Mode Creating Dobby and Kreacher- Maximum Movie Mode Magical Tents!- Maximum Movie Mode The Return of Griphook- Maximum Movie Mode Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (Blu-ray) WVGL-AX011-GREEN LANTERN:-International English HD WVLG-X2028-LEGO HARRY POTTER: YEARS 5-7:-International Game Trailer T6000062572-0019-GREEN LANTERN:-International Spanish HD Maximum Movie Mode - Blowing Up Hogwarts MMM: Walk On's MMM - PiP MMM - Aberforth Dumbledore MMM - Deathly Hallows Costume Changes MMM - Harry Returns to Hogwarts MMM - The Hogwarts Shield MMM - The Room of Requirement Set MMM - The Fiery Escape MMM - Neville's Stand MMM - Molly Takes Down Bellatrix MMM - Final Farwells from Cast and crew
First featured on a British poster produced during World War II, "Keep calm and carry on" has become the mantra of millions - but exactly how to keep calm remains a difficult question for most of us. The next time you are stressed by pressures at work, overwhelmed by life's challenges, or panicked by problems that seem unsolvable, listen to this book. In Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On, you'll find 20 short, yet powerful, lessons and anxiety-reducing techniques that will help you move past stressful moments with grace. Each lesson is so simple to learn and practice, you'll find that this guide is all you really need whenever you need a little help keeping calm. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Thorne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/inbl/000070/bk_inbl_000070_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This week on The Best of Car Talk, unearthed letters from summer camp prove that the child really is father to the man, at least when it comes to our Technical, Spiritual and Menu Advisor, John "Bugsy" Lawlor. Elsewhere, Lee liberated herself from her mechanic by changing her own oil, but also got liberated from her cash when she poured the oil into her transmission; Cameron needs a lesson in how to burn rubber; and Carly becomes the poster child for Repair Avoidance Syndrome by not getting her shaking Civic looked at. Also, on Stump the Chumps, we find out if Eddie and Edie Electron made their way home in Michelle's Saturn. All this and more, this week on The Best of Car Talk. [Broadcast Date: April 2, 2016] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/cart/160402/rt_cart_160402_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you’re a fluffy feline haberdasher named Barry with dreams of fame that reach beyond the stars, you’ve got to leave boring old North Platte sometime. Thankfully, NASA’s testing out just the thing...a new space-traveling goo. Barry’s mind-bending journey whips him into a parallel universe - where cats' ears are used to tell time. This works out well for young Barry - who’s “perfect” Earth-cat ears clearly point noon…a phenomenon never seen before on this alien planet. However, showing off his straight-up ears means Barry is forced to trade his fedora for poster-boy fame. Will Barry take the opportunity to revel in his newfound stardom? Or will he learn a lesson about the myth of perfection? Filled with tongue-in-cheek humor, witty rhymes, and a heartfelt message, The Cat with the Twelve O’Clock Ears touches something in each of us - the desire to toss "perfect" out the window and be happy with the wonderful misfits we are. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Maria Bartholdi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/108879/bk_acx0_108879_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lesson Plan from the year 2012 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,0, University of Vienna (Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik), course: Literature and ELT (Fachdidaktik-Kurs), language: English, abstract: Bei dieser Arbeit für den Fachdidaktik-Kurs 'Literature and ELT' handelt es sich um eine Didaktiksierung des Abenteuerromans 'Holes' von Louis Sachar (ab 4./5. Lernjahr) mit einigen aussergewöhnlichen Ideen zu Übungen/Aktivitäten rund um 'Holes' (Dauer ca. 4 St.), welche auch auf andere literarische Werke angewandt werden können (creating wanted posters, telephone conversations with the author, ...). Inhalt: Introduction: Why teach literature (or Literature?) in ELT; Choice of text; Work plan for four lessons; Conclusion; Bibliography; Appendix/Work sheets: 'dig it', character sketch, 'mad lib', discuss-decide-survive, filling in the holes: questions, create your own 'wanted poster', reading log. Auszug: Choice of text We shouldn't teach great books; we should teach a love of reading. (B. F. Skinner) I have chosen the novel Holes by Louis Sachar with the quotation above in mind: even though it might not be classified as one of the 'great books', i.e. of '(high) Literature', it is definitely one of those books that can serve to 'teach a love of reading'. Holes is the exciting story of Stanley Yelnats (mind the palindrome!), an overweight boy who is unjustly sent to Camp Green Lake, a boys' juvenile detention centre. Stanley knows that this is due to a curse on his 'no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather', who did not fulfil a promise he had made to Madame Zeroni. At the camp, Stanley and six other boys are forced to dig holes every day in order to pay their debt to society. However, Stanley soon finds out that there is more than 'character building' going on [...]. The novel and its main themes (friendship, racism, justice, fate, etc.) can be exploited in many appealing ways for classroom reading. [...] In the open learning sequence I have prepared, two basic approaches to reading a book in class are incorporated. First, there is the 'classical' approach with its well-established, successful activities, whereby the focus of assessment is (as is usual on an upper-secondary level) on both language and content. On the other hand, the activities on the second work sheet focus on the themes dealt with in the book. Since friendship, bullying, racism, etc. are issues in (nearly) every teenager's life, it can be motivating for the students to deal with these topics from a personal point of view, in a creative way. The activities on both work sheets are designed in a way that allows the students to plan which tasks to do when themselves.
Become An Excellent Sought-After Substitute Teacher! In this handy toolbox of reproducible and usable resources for substitute teachers, you'll find these classroom management forms and fun activities to make your day run smoothly: Substitute Teacher Checklist Classroom Rules Welcome Poster Starter & Filler Activities Hall Pass Form Award Certificates Improvement Opportunity Slips and Incident Reports Substitute Teacher Daily Report Use the Substitute Teacher Checklist as your reminder to get the classroom organized with your name on the board, review the teacher's lesson plans, and display your rules. Post your Classroom Rules, and greet the students at the door with your Welcome Poster. Use one of the Starter Activities to get those students working when the bell rings. Does somebody need the bathroom? Use the fun Hall Pass Form to begrudgingly hand out bathroom breaks to students. Did a student do something great? Leave an Award Certificate for the teacher noting the kudos. Is there trouble in paradise? Fill out and leave Improvement Opportunity Slips and Incident Reports to note student bad behavior. Do you have dreaded extra time at the end of a class period? Use one of the many Filler Activities to keep everyone working right up until the final bell. Track your day's activities and schedule on the Substitute's Daily Report Form. Finally, summarize your day for the teacher and leave specific notes about seating charts and lesson plans and other comments about the wonderful learners. They'll beg you to come back again and again as their beloved, favorite, prepared, organized, knowledgeable, and fun substitute teacher. The teachers will too. This Book Is: Substitute Teacher-Tested! Classroom Teacher-Approved! Principal-Endorsed! Staff-Rebuked! Librarian-Lambasted! Custodian-Criticized! Lunch Lady-Savored! IT Specialist-Denounced! Student-Ignored!